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Studying visual communication / Sol Worth ; edited, with an introduction by Larry Gross.

; Gross, Larry P., 1942-
Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, 1981.
ISBN 0812277910, 0812211162

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Other Authors Gross, Larry P., 1942-
Subjects Anthropologie -- Aides audiovisuelles.
Anthropology -- Audio-visual aids.
Antropología -- Auxiliares audiovisuales -- Colecciones.
Bildbetrachtung.
Communication -- Aides audiovisuelles.
Semiotics.
Semiotik.
Semiótica -- Colecciones.
Sémiotique.
Visual communication.
Series University of Pennsylvania publications in conduct and communication.
Description xii, 216 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1981.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 204-209) and index.
Contents Sol Worth and the study of visual communication -- The development of a semiotic of film -- A semiotic of ethnographic film -- Toward an anthropological politics of symbolic forms -- The uses of film in education and communication -- Symbolic strategies / with Larry Gross -- Seeing metaphor as caricature -- Pictures can't say ain't -- Margaret Mead and the shift from "visual anthropology" to the "anthropology of visual communication" -- An American community's socialization to pictures : an ethnography of visual communication (a preproposal) / with Jay Ruby.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)7276743
(OCoLC)ocm07276743
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WorldCat Identities Worth, Sol.
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